Chics w/Paper Power Tools & Stamps Blog Group II Closed
Who are the Chics with Paper Power Tools? What is a Paper Power Tool?
First of all, you need to know our definition of a Paper Power Tool: anything that manipulates paper from it's original version. The tool can be powered by electricity or by hand. Everybody has some sort of power tool in their craft toolbox I guarantee you. Here are some examples from the simplest to the most advanced:
hand-cranked die-cutting machines:Cuttlebug/Big Shot etc.
paper tearing ruler or guide
decorative edge scissors
embossing folders used with Cuttlebug/Big Shot etc.
digital die-cutting machines: Cricut, Slice, Silhouette, Pazzles, etc.
sewing machine or needle & thread
We are Chics who enjoy creating with our Paper Power Tools and our stamps. We create cards and/or scrapbook pages.We make tags, ATC's, inchies, and altered items. We don't always use a power tool on a project but, we do upload our creations to our blogs because we love sharing and inspiring others. If you can handle the following guidelines then this is the group for you.
Please note: We have just revised our name and our rules and have opened up the doors to new members. Just post in this thread if you would like to join and can abide by the following guidelines.
Updated Guidelines as of 9/15/13:
Pop into this thread whenever you have uploaded a new creation to your blog. It no longer has to be made with the Cricut.
Try to visit as many people as you can while you are here and leave a comment on their latest post.
Become a follower of everyone who joins the group.
Practice good blogging etiquette: return comments and follows when you have time.
There are no hard and fast rules as to how often you have to blog. Some of us blog more than others. And Life Happens. That part is up to you. Just share with us when you do update.
When you pop in all you have to say is "updated my blog with____". It doesn't get any easier!
Add us to your side bar under the heading Chics with Paper Power Tools.
Our group is small enough that we should also try to really get to know one another. Feel free to share what is going on in your life as well. It's not all about the comments.
This last guideline is optional: participate in monthly challenges with the group. Again, we realize that things happen that may not allow you to participate, but it is a great way to get inspiration and share your projects.
Just Me n' You
Kreate With Me 2
Sarah's Stamp Lab
Scraps & Photograffs
Something to Scrap About
Paper, Scissors, Sew!
My Paper Life
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